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I.D. Images wins fourth NEO Success Award

April 15, 2014

I.D. Images, a pressure sensitive label converter in Brunswick, OH, USA, has been chosen as a 2014 NEO Success Awards winner.

Established in 1995 as a way to showcase the success of local businesses, the NEO Success Awards program annually recognizes the top-performing companies in Northeast Ohio. NEO Success Award winners reflect the region’s determination to expand and revitalize its economic status.

Brian Gale, CEO of I.D. Images, is proud to be named a 2014 NEO Success Awards recipient, and thanks all of his loyal customers and dedicated employees for their hard work and commitment. He says, “Receiving this award for the fourth time is a testament to our team. They have a passion for what they do that is contagious. As a company, we work hard to foster an environment that brings out the best in people. We want people that strive to make a difference at work, with their families, and in their communities. As an employer, we feel a responsibility to help our team members make those differences. Making a difference is ingrained in our culture.”

I.D. Images specializes in providing label products from supply chain management to brand protection. The company serves varied markets including transportation and logistics, food and beverage, consumer durables, health care and others. I.D. Images maintains manufacturing and distribution locations in Cleveland (Brunswick), Cincinnati, Chicago and Charlotte, and sells exclusively through distribution with a primary focus on packaging distributors, value added resellers and other label converters.
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